I am the mother of my deceased husband's and I's children. He had a life insurance policy that left us some money. He apparently separated it out already for us because we talked about some of it going to them for college, but I don't have access...
The insurance company will probably pay more interest than a bank. You would need a guardianship over your children's inheritance - file annual reports to the court. The courts want to make sure that a child's money is being handled properly. A child's account would, most likely, be held in a bank - poor interest. Insurance pays more.See question
I am currently separated from my wife and she is claiming that I owe her money for payments on loans that were taken out without my knowledge or involvement. The loans were taken out while we were together but my name is not tied to any of them an...
It sounds like these are her debts and you should not be responsible for them.See question
I had a baby girl 18 days before my 16th birthday and I'm getting billed for everything (of course it has to be played for) am I responsible for that or my parents? Some of it is going into collections now, what will happen? And if I'm responsible...
It's your baby and you are responsible for the payments.See question
They were suppose to get their money from a scholarship but they didn't fill out the paperwork. Do I owe them? What's the worst that they can do to me.??
You still owe the money if you attended classes.See question
A former friend loaned us money and we pay back 50 a week and now I'm getting nasty texts and she wants to up payment to 100 week we can't afford that also she's took it as far to follow me to my kids doctor appt and showed up to my job before wha...
If you are m asking the agreed payments and have proof of the payments, you can report harassment to the authorities. If she is following you and showing up at work, this may be stalking in DE.Call the police and explain the situation - but, make sure you can prove you are paying on time.See question
laws to know before about opening a non medical senior in home care company
Please consult a local attorney for the answers to this complicated question. There are many laws (Federal, state & local) that govern a residence such as this.See question
A friend of mine is moving on with his life, even though a non-related family is against losing their grip on him. He lived with his best friends family for a few years and they helped him out at times, including co-signing on an auto loan. They n...
He should have been paying "rent" while living there; if he signed the note, he is responsible to pay the $200 a month.See question
I am in the process of divorce. Two questions. 1. How much money can I receive as well as earn and not lose my disability? 2. Can I receive payments as a business expense from a business loan given to my spouses' business 9 years ago, the first y...
Your question is too complicated to answer in this venue. Please seek help from your divorce attorney or legal aid.See question
my dad had wooped me and left mark and scared me. my step mom get me and my sisters to lie to the law.my real mom is in jail.my aunt has always have been there for me,always been the mother figure, she make me feel safe and at home.
You must tell the truth to the law - telling the truth about your home situation is one way to begin a process of being able to move. Your aunt could file for guardianship - it would probably be difficult if your father objects, but if you tell the trust to the court, your chances are much better. If you lie about what happens at home, you will remain at home.See question
Title was not transferred for almost a year. Estate paid utilities, hoa, insurance, RE taxes.
The estate pays the expenses until the properties are distributed. And. the expenses are deductions. However, until the distribution, the children living in the homes should pay fair market value rent to the estate.& should pay for utilities - as outlined in the leases.See question